The areas covered by Broxbourne Borough Council are largely known as a commuter town and with good reason. It’s located around 35 miles from London and, with excellent transport links, you could find yourself in the capital in a little over half an hour, while avoiding the often sky-high property prices found in certain parts of the city. However, while its proximity and connections to London are a major advantage, that doesn’t mean Broxbourne isn’t without charms all of its own.
There’s its natural beauty, perhaps best encapsulated by the stunning Broxbourne Woods. A sprawling national nature reserve, it truly is a pleasure to visit. Broxbourne is also a place of great history, which even those not in the know can enjoy, thanks to the way in which the architectural changes over the century have uniquely impacted this environment. And if you want to learn more, local history is the lesson of the day at the splendid Lowewood Museum.
Not only that but there’s also plenty of opportunities to simply have fun and enjoy your surroundings in Broxbourne’s many parks, pubs and playhouses, to give but a few examples. Broxbourne is a wonderful commuter town, but also one which has so much more to offer than just location.
If you’re a first-time buyer and it seems as though purchasing a home is simply out of reach, then Shared Ownership homes in Broxbourne may be able to help you settle down somewhere you are proud to call your own. Help to Buy homes in Broxbourne may also be able to help you get started on moving up the property ladder.
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